Mila J is Jhene Aiko’s Sister. The Comparison Stops There (Video)

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Last year, Jhene Aiko had a breakthrough year after pairings with Drake, Childish Gambino and Kendrick Lamar, and the release of her stellar debut album. It turns out she isn’t the only talent in the family. Meet her sister, Mila J. Mila draws on an edgier sound that is more reminiscent of R. Kelly than Jhene. She’s one to watch. Start with Smoke, Drink, Break-Up.

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